What Is Joint Admission & Matriculation Board (JAMB) Regularization & Why Do You Need To Do It.
Know what JAMB REGULARISATION is as well as the importance and how to do it yourself.
Well, you are lucky to be reading this post because you are taking a very crucial and important step for your studies.
If you fall under any of these categories, congratulations, as you are on the right site to put you through what you need to do.
Not to worry anymore, these questions and many more will be extensively discussed here to your better understanding.
Firstly, let us see what jamb regularization is all about before we can talk about;
Firstly, do you know that in Nigeria, the joint admission and matriculation board (JAMB) is responsible for granting and managing tertiary education admission?
Now you do!
JAMB regularization is a process of managing or regulating students of OND, HND, NCE, bachelor’s Degree programs for easy reference and recognition.
Also, another name for jamb regularisation is late entry Or Direct Entry Admission. The reason for this will be discussed later in this post, so, kindly read through.
However, this is very important because without this, it is likely that your admission is not recognised and could be declared null.
Furthermore, read this article carefully to see the importance of doing your jamb regularization and people who it is mostly likely to affect the most.
As a matter of fact, jamb regularization is not for everyone but it is necessary that all students confirm that their jamb is regularized because it is very important.
Meanwhile, below are the categories of people who are to do jamb regularization compulsorily.
Direct Entry Students
These are students who after their provisional admission into an institution decide to transfer to another school to further their education. Especially those who school in polytechnics and colleges of education and decide to run a degree program in the university.
Those who got admission in an institution that do not need jamb
There are institutions who do not require jamb score or result to be admitted. For example, National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN).
Students Who Run Programs That Does Not Require JAMB
Yes! There are certain programs in tertiary institutions that do not require JAMB exam for students of such programs. For example, Pre-Degree students do not require to write jamb to be admitted. Therefore, students who got admission into any higher institution though pre-degree must do jamb regularisation.
Also, Students Who Study Courses In An Institution Which Was Not Originally Granted To Them By JAMB
There are students who are currently studying a course which was not the original course granted to them when they gained admission via JAMB. For example, if a student was offered admission into psychology department in an institution and later decides to change to Law after the first year; such student is required to do jamb regularization.
I believe with the few illustrations above, you now have a clearer view or understanding of what jamb regularisation is and people who are to regularize their jamb.
Now, let us see the importance of doing jamb regularization.
So, the reasons above is why you should endeavor to do your jamb regularization speedily without relent.
Funny enough, some people might not be aware that they need to regularize their jamb. Well, this is how to check if you are on the JAMB ADMISSION LIST
In this case, you should do jamb regularization. Though, sometimes you might just be directed to reprint your admission letter after your details appear. In this late case, just go to a cyber café and reprint your jamb admission letter.
Actually, there is no deadline for jamb regularization because it occurs all year round for people to log in.
Congratulations! You have now successfully known how to do your jamb regularization and save yourself of stress and money.
As at when this post was published, jamb regularisation cost N10,000
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